Facebook-owned WhatsApp is working on a new feature that will soon allow users to run this social sharing platform on four mobile phones with the same number. …
New Delhi, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is working on a new feature that will soon allow users to run this social sharing platform on four mobile phones with the same number.
The new feature the platform is working on will allow users to sync their chat history to at least four devices. Currently, WhatsApp is capable of working on a single device from a number. Its use is not possible on many devices right now. Users have been demanding this feature for a long time.
According to the WabtaInfo website, this messaging app is working on the possibility of running the same account on multiple devices. Testing is being conducted to run the same account on four devices simultaneously. The platform is also working on creating an interface for Android as well as IOS.
The report says, “When the user wants to use WhatsApp on another mobile phone, then it needs to copy the chat history. In this situation, a Wi-Fi connection is always required, as there is a possibility of high data expenditure in this work.
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A spokesperson of the world’s leading microblogging social platform confirmed the new feature and said it was being tested. Soon people will be able to start using it. This will eliminate their worry about how they can run their WhatsApp on any other mobile.